Let's talk back to school with occupational therapy!
School transitions can sometimes be challenging for students of all ages. Some of the challenges that students were faced with the last year will be overcome but sometimes they come back in full force and leave the child struggling from the very first day of class. Occupational therapy can help students with many different disabilities overcome the difficulties they face in the classroom. Some of these include: attention to task, fine motor such as pencil grasp, visual perception, dysgraphia, and eye-hand coordination, sensory regulation, and many more.